Let's watch that famous Madden broken leg YouTube video one more time, because why the heck not. It is truly a scene from a Hollywood horror movie. Warning: Video Contains Strong Language (NSFW): Today is the 10th anniversary of Greg Jennings putting the team on his back. But Jennings' greatest feat will always be that 99-yarder on a broken leg with time running out and, even though the Packers led the Saints by 22, he put da team on his back and did it, for Madden. The video, which received millions of views, was notable for James' profane, humorous commentary. Luckily, we live in the age of YouTube where these sorts of phenomena can be broadcast to the world at large almost immediately. 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Jennings played seven years with the Green Bay Packers before joining Minnesota for two seasons and then Miami — Demetry James' home — in his final season. And though Jennings would go on to consecutive Pro Bowl appearances in 2010 and 2011, winning a Super Bowl ring in the latter, he may be best remembered for this play (warning: VERY strong language), one of the greatest and gutsiest run-up-the-score touchdowns in Madden NFL history. You can watch the video below, but be warned: it contains explicit language. If you aren’t aware of the famous YouTube clip, then you’ve been missing out for all these years. The entire charity organization raises money through organizational events, donations, and fund raisers. In it, Bengals quarterback Jon Kitna tosses a pass to a receiver who both loses his helmet and cannot come up with the reception. A video from 2008 shows one of the weirdest scenes in "Madden" history. -- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband. The organization allows people, groups, and organizations from either Michigan or Wisconsin to apply for grant money. The Greg Jennings Foundation was started by Jennings to attempt to benefit underprivileged children and youth organizations. One YouTuber posted a video in 2010 of a strange dogpile fight in "Madden NFL 11." Gumby had left during the middle of the replay session, leading to James to shout "Fuck you Gumby!" [3] On June 14, 2011, Jennings created a profanity-free parody of the video with his family. Find it here! One of, if not the most viral Madden highlight of all time turns a milestone ten years old today, April 18th, 2020. You can watch the video below, but be warned: it contains explicit language. On April 18, 2010, Greg Jennings put the team on his back doe. James then goes "inside the mind of a Greg Jennings" to speculate what Jennings could be thinking on the play. The video, which received millions of views, was notable for James' profane, hu… Update: EA Sports noted Jennings' retirement in a statement to Polygon and congratulated him on his successful career. Already up 42-20, James threw a 99-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings against Gumby's Saints to go up 49-20 with no time remaining. On April 18, 2010, Greg Jennings put the team on his back doe. "Greg Jennings (Broken Leg) scores on the saints," better known as Put Da Team On My Back, is a Youtube video featuring Madden NFL 10 player Demetry James scoring a 99-yard touchdown pass from Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to wide receiver Greg Jennings, who was in the game despite a leg injury, against the New Orleans Saints. But the user catches a glimpse of a shadow. His best season came in 2010: 1,265 receiving yards on 76 receptions and 12 touchdowns. "He's runnin' with the ball!" Find it here! Legendary clip. 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Perhaps the greatest Madden moment of all time, this came as one player scored a touchdown with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings. Unlocking the honor only requires one to "Catch a 99 yard TD pass with Greg Jennings." NBA Team Considers Temporary Move To Newark, Greg Jennings ‘Put the Team on his Back’ Ten Years Ago Today. The players are literally all bent out of shape — floating and plainly misshapen. Greg Jennings talks about the Madden 90 yard touchdown with a broken leg video. Just think…if Darren Sharper makes that tackle before the ball crosses the plane of the goal line…our entire world would be completely different. Jennings had been reinserted into the game despite a broken leg. A video posted in 2009 brings up another delightful glitch, this time in "Madden NFL 10." The inside story of Greg Jennings breaking his leg in ‘Madden’ YouTube video. Panthers Make McCaffrey the NFL’s Highest-Paid Running Back. Warning: Video is NSFW, explicit language. An achievement named for the highlight was put into Madden NFL 11, awarding 50 Gamerscore or a silver trophy for completing a 99-yard touchdown pass with Jennings. Kirksey is even shown (somehow) breaking up a play and even levitating to high-five his teammates. Let's suppose, however, that is a product of Newton's third law of motion: "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction." Have you seen the video of your player in Madden 11 running a 90 yard touchdown with a broken leg? Jared has been a Pro Analyst dating back to 2016 and specializes in the NFL and MLB. ", Jennings himself acknowledged the notoriety, always graciously and cheerfully. Where is he? During the commentary, James expresses amazement to Gumby over how Jennings was able to catch the pass despite the injury. By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies. You can watch the video below, but be warned: it contains explicit language. This could be coaches' protests, players' sweating habits, a November snow shower, etc. While we are still in a world without sports due to the quarantining forced by coronavirus, we sports fans should continuously be trying to appreciate the OGs of the video game world while aspiring to have our own viral internet moment one day as well. "Greg Jennings (Broken Leg) scores on the saints," better known as Put Da Team On My Back, is a Youtube video featuring Madden NFL 10 player Demetry James scoring a 99-yard touchdown pass from Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to wide receiver Greg Jennings, who was in the game despite a leg injury, against the New Orleans Saints. Unlocking the honor only requires one to … To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. [4] The video inspired an achievement in Madden NFL 12, which requires players to throw a 99-yard touchdown pass to Greg Jennings (Jennings does not need to be injured).[1]. The problem is, as the defense closes in on him, his body simply absorbs the ball — and pushes it out his rear end. A video uploaded on YouTube by Demetry Jones in which Packers’ receiver Greg Jennings burnt the Saints’ defense on just one leg and ‘PUT THE TEAM ON HIS BACK, DOE’. The problem is, while it turns to fisticuffs for some of the players, others just do not move. The video sat on YouTube for a… If you aren’t aware of the famous YouTube clip, then you’ve been missing out for all these years. In replay mode, he looks at the stadium's roof — where the player is floating as though he'd been possessed. [2], The video was originally posted on Youtube on April 18, 2010, but it did not become widely viewed until October 2010. Greg Jennings Advertisement Perhaps the greatest Madden moment of all time, this came as one player scored a touchdown with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings. But with the constantly improving game also comes a long history of glitches that simply slipped past the developers. "I'm like, we are playing your team," Jennings said, "what are you talking about?". Wow, that takes us back to 2010 and the iconic line, "How is he running with a broken leg?" If you aren't aware of the famous YouTube clip, then you've been missing out for all these years. The video is iconic in the sports video game world and has been something that has followed Jones (and Jennings, who makes routine appearances on sports network FS1) ever since. Put da team on your back, doe,'" Jennings said in an appearance on The George Lopez Show after the Packers won Super Bowl 45. In a video posted to YouTube in 2008, one user slows down his game to search for a missing defensive player. Colts center Jeff Saturday just took the snap for himself, rushing the football in a totally illegal play. Through subsequent plays, he's just simply missing. The user's video finds the players completely lost in a world of total flexibility and, possibly, hallucinogens. It is not included here for its clearly NSFW language. Near the goal line, James expresses horror when Saints safety Darren Sharper closes in on Jennings. Shoutout to the homie bigchief76 for putting the team on his back doe. The helmet appears to stick to the Packers defender. Ten months after the video popped on the internet, Jennings addressed its fame on Super Bowl Media Day. Saints-Bucs? On April 18, 2010, Greg Jennings put the team on his back doe. The user's Packers are up against the New Orleans Saints and "hard-hitting" safety Darren Sharper. Greg Jennings, the Green Bay Packers receiver immortalized in the greatest Madden NFL highlight of all time, is retiring from the National Football League. "While we're sad to hear that Greg Jennings will no longer be putting da team on his back, we'll always appreciate everything he did throughout his career," a representative said. Cuomo, grinning, says boyfriend he claimed to ‘like’ is ‘no longer with us’, Texas teen tased by police after fleeing traffic stop, family calls for officers’ firings, Alabama mother sentenced to 723 years in prison for abusing daughters for a decade.